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    Use old wine barrels with Plexiglass dividers for a herb garden. Decorative enough for the back deck and easy to get to from the kitchen for cooking.

    something magical happens when I first see the cat that lives at the nursery.

    A Potted Herb Garden What to plant: Various herbs can share the same pot, but make sure they are compatible by reading the care tags. Water-loving basil and curly parsley (shown, near left) make good partners, whereas rosemary, sage, and oregano (rear) all prefer a slightly drier environment. Or try different varieties of one plant, such as common, lemon, and silver thyme (front).

    Combine plain clay pots with others inserted into these type of baskets, for a more interesting display

    The Checkerboard Herb Garden/Even if it rains you can get to your herbs. I can do this with wall stones from the woods, and put it next to the stone patio.

    Inside Herb Table: Love the table of Herbs inside; From Lonny Magazine